Thursday Mar 6
Mayor touts 'small-town feel' of city
The Newcastle mayor made his annual visit to the Newcastle Chamber of Commerce luncheon, and for the first time, it was newly elected Mayor Steve Buri who spoke to the audience of residents and local business leaders Feb. 12. In an approximately 20-minute address, Buri talked about his love of Newcastle's sense of community, and he updated citizens ... (more)
Orville McDonald fills Planning Commission vacancy
The Newcastle City Council has appointed resident Orville McDonald to fill the Planning Commission vacancy left by Deputy Mayor John Drescher.
Newcastle business shares 20th anniversary with city
By Christina Corrales-Toy The Newcastle Jewelers team, celebrating its 20th anniversary along with the city, is a tight-knit group led by owners Wayne and Joan Underwood and staff member Sylvia Mauerman.
More toxicology needed for investigation of sheriff's deputy
Bellevue Police have requested more toxicology screening for a King County Sheriff's deputy who was arrested in Newcastle after being reported slumped over the wheel of his patrol car on New Year's Eve.
Bellevue escaped inmate captured after car chase
An inmate who escaped custody in January is back in police custody after a car chase that ended in Renton on Friday.
Newport Hills hosts Oscar party
The Newport Hills Community Club and a local restaurant have again teamed up to bring the Oscars to Newport Hills.
Historical Society honors its founder
The public is invited to express their remembrances of Swanson from 3-5 p.m. at the Newcastle Library.
41st District lawmakers host town hall meetings
State Sen. Steve Litzow and Reps. Judy Clibborn and Tana Senn will host a Feb. 22 town hall meeting in Newcastle.
Police: Man impersonating sheriff's deputy in Renton area
A man impersonating a sheriff's deputy in the Renton area escaped capture Friday night despite having a helicopter and police dogs searching for him, according to the Maple Valley Police Department.
Bellevue man is sentenced to 5 years for stalking
Terri Johnson, left, mother of the stalking victim, avoids direct eye contact with David Lainez as he is wheeled out of court by deputies after he was sentenced for felony stalking.
Chocolate is sweet success for business owner
She's got the sweets for your sweet and this Valentine's Day season Sandra Wixon is bracing for heavy traffic.